Chances are that you haven’t heard that much about Dayology, so you might be wondering what it is and how it could be of use to you. Put very simply, Dayology is a typology system. Typically these sets of beliefs categorize people into general types using various characteristics like body builds, work skill sets, personality temperaments or psychological outlooks.
Typologies are used every day in business, politics, medicine, and psychology. They assist us by placing individuals in recognizable categories that can hopefully optimize their abilities. Typologies can also be used to target individuals or groups. You may be surprised to know that the ancient oracles such as astrology and numerology function as typology systems as well as divinatory arts. It seems that as a species, humans really enjoy categorization.
Barbara Bianco discovered Dayology as she began investigating the origins of the seven day week. She learned that in the earliest times Earth’s two luminaries, Sun and Moon, plus the five visible planets, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn, were believed to act as celestial guardians watching over all those who happened to be born under their particular “star.”
As Bianco began using these Day Ray rulers in her astrological practice, she discovered that they described an elevated aspect of each individual. Because this rather immaterial aspect performed like what is religiously called the spirit or soul, she named it the INNER. She found herself viewing the Sun Sign as the center of the astrological chart and the nucleus of the OUTER personality influencing an individual’s physical nature and external circumstances.
Now in use for two decades Dayology has the potential to become very popular among the typologies of our time. It is easy to understand, yet comprehensive in scope. All of humanity is organized into eighty-four physio-spiritual types, based upon the interaction between the twelve OUTER Sun Signs of traditional astrology and the seven INNER Day Rays as modeled on the fascinating esoteric mysteries of antiquity.
The Dayology typology system now offers an ingenious set of insights regarding human nature despite all our headaches and hardships. The eighty-four Dayology signatures reveal the lively interactions of the two fundamental selves, INNER and OUTER, of each person as they become integrated into one whole being. Interestingly this set of eighty-four Dayology types prompt us to behave and misbehave in very predictable ways.